Texas Birds’ House Gets a Renovation

July 2003

PETA secured a more humane environment for eight exotic birds in Texas who were confined to a semi-outdoor kennel and suffering from severe feather-plucking and lethargy. After days of calls to local authorities, the sheriff and an avian expert visited the property. As a result, the birds now enjoy ventilation fans, elevated water and food dishes, and a water mister.

Read about the problems that exist when purchasing an exotic animal as a “pet.”

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— Ingrid E. Newkirk, PETA President and co-author of Animalkind